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Tara

Tara is a stunning 8 month old female entire Malinois / GSD Cross with a lovely red coloured standard coat.

She is a very playful, loving girl, who is looking for an adult only home with experienced owner(s) to continue with her training.
Tara is dog friendly and could live with an older male, large breed dog.

She is very friendly with people and loves to be fussed. She is a typical pup, lively and playful with both people and dogs alike.
The outside world seems relatively strange to her and walking with another dog, definitely seems to give her the confidence to explore.
She does not have a lot of manners around other dogs yet but is very submissive if she pushes the boundaries too far.

She loves attention and affection and would happily play and be cuddled all day.
Despite her lack of training, Tara walks nicely on the lead and will sit on command.
She is a very smart girl who is quick to learn and eager to please. She responds very well to training and is a joy to be around.
She will need an active lifestyle, with plenty of walks, agility or scent work to keep her amused.

Tara is a very friendly, energetic pup, full of love, who desperately needs a family to call her own.
In the right hands, she will thrive and be the lively, loyal and loving companion she so wishes to be.
Please share, as such a young, friendly, loving girl deserves to be in a home where she will be loved forever.

If you are interested in giving this playful, affectionate girl a home, please contact Garbo (details below)

 




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please ring or email Garbo on 020 8546 4943 / garbo@garbosgsdrescue.co.uk and we will arrange a home check and visit.
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